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Giu...you can get back on an even keel by moving the sex toys to the port side locker!
OK...My inflatable Cam is now going to Port side, thanks!!!
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Giu,
Do you always carry Aunt Mathilda to starboard?

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What happened? I thought you had T34C all set up with her. Is he going to take delivery at StrictlySail Chicago this year? Are you going to be there for the delivery? You'll have to trans-ship her from NY/Balto/NOLA as no heavy lift ship will be able to enter the Great Lakes by then. And you'll need a valid CDL, an over-sized load permit for each state transitted, and not be able to travel in other than daylight for the transhipment. Have you planned for all this?

And what are you going to do for rail-meat once T34C takes delivery?

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How does Giu get that boat heeled over so far without going forward. There's barely any water moving off that hull. Is this a feature that's unique to Beneteau?
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How does Giu get that boat heeled over so far without going forward. There's barely any water moving off that hull. Is this a feature that's unique to Beneteau?
I was wondering the same thing... except for the Beneteau part... i know better.

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He hasn't posted any recent photos of aunt Mathilda, or all would become apparent. Auntie can make the boat do that even while alongside! quite handy for scrubbing the bottom, no?

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